© Mr Steve Novak
10-20 DUNCAN STREET (south side)
LEEDS, LEEDS, WEST YORKSHIRE
Mr Steve Novak
28 July 2001
20 March 1992
Date of last amendment:
20 March 1992
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SE3033SW DUNCAN STREET
714-1/78/159 (South side)
20/03/92 Nos.10-20 (Even)
Shops, offices and warehouse. 1882, altered C20. By Thomas
Ambler for William Tunstall. Brick, ashlar dressings, slate
roof. 4 storeys, 7 bays. Symmetrical facade with central
first-floor oriel window flanked by narrow lights, the
remaining bays all having paired windows, those to 2nd floor
segmental-arched. Central carriage entrance to ground floor
part filled by C20 shop unit, otherwise the ground-floor shop
divisions of pilasters with decorative capitals remain.
Decorative stonework includes: rusticated pilasters, moulded
bands at each floor level, architraves and console brackets at
eaves; balustrades flanking city coat of arms above eaves,
centre, with curved roof over, pediments each end. The
building contained a large warehouse above the first-floor
offices with access through one of the shops and, at the rear,
rooms for receiving goods and a hoist.
INTERIOR: not inspected.
(Journal of the Victorian Society, Yorkshire Branch:
Higgenbottom, C: Thomas Ambler: 1988-: 5).